Grad Fair + Doctoral Fittings

Grad Fair 2015

March 25 and 26
10 a.m.-7 p.m.
University Bookstore in Uptown at Euclid and E. 115
Grad Fair 2015 is Case Western Reserve University's official "one stop shop" for all graduation information, services and products, and promises "no hassle for your tassel" to members of the class of 2015 while they save time, money and begin their commencement celebration.

Graduates can visit the Grad Fair to take care of their graduation planning and celebration needs. Exhibits from various vendors and university departments will be located in the University Bookstore.

At the Grad Fair, all graduates can....

  • Purchase their regalia (cap and gown)
  • Order customized graduation announcements
  • Have a photograph taken in the appropriate cap and gown
  • Register online for commencement ceremonies
  • Learn more about the Alumni Association
  • Select and order a class ring
  • Make a donation to the Senior Class Gift

Students earning either a bachelor's or master's degree are encouraged to purchase their regalia at the Grad Fair. Students earning a professional or doctoral degree are also invited to attend the Grad Fair, but are not required to do so. Professional or doctoral degree candidates are required to register online to order their cap and gown.

Contact the University Bookstore at 216.368.2650 or 800.825.2650 for detailed pricing information.

Graduates can still order their cap and gowns after March 26, just stop into the bookstore before the end of April.

Doctoral Fitting Days

Wednesday, March 4, 2015
10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Gund Hall, School of Law

Friday, March 20, 2015
8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Iris S. and Bert L. Wolstein Research Building, School of Medicine

A fitting occasion for all new PhD, JD, MD, DNP, DMD, DM and DMA graduates. Get everything you need for commencement by attending one of our special Doctoral Fitting Days. Representatives from the University Bookstore and the Commencement Office will be on hand to assist students with their graduation planning and celebration needs.

Students can be measured for their regalia and can register to participate in commencement ceremonies.